The Mexican-American War is an important but often understudied part of American history. Help your high schoolers dig into this key time period with the 30 Days of History: The Mexican-American War.
This limited time freebie is designed to give high school students 30 days of work to help them learn about the Mexican-American War. Each day’s work asks 7 questions about key people, battles, or other events. It’s a great way to help older students develop research skills. There is so much history to discover! Give your students a window into this important time period with the 30 Days of History: The Mexican-American War.
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